English sculptor Lynn Chadwick’s ‘Sitting Couple’ at Exchange Square in Hong Kong’s Central district. The city remains a very attractive place for companies to go public, according to JPMorgan. Photo: Sam Tsang

US listings back in favour after China tech firms’ Hong Kong IPOs fail to take off, says JPMorgan

  • Nine out of 10 Chinese technology companies favoured Hong Kong after listing reform; this number is now down to five out of 10, says US bank
  • Hong Kong still No. 1 IPO market worldwide in terms of funds raised by all companies in first nine months this year
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English sculptor Lynn Chadwick’s ‘Sitting Couple’ at Exchange Square in Hong Kong’s Central district. The city remains a very attractive place for companies to go public, according to JPMorgan. Photo: Sam Tsang
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